Real Beauty and Beast – With Maryanne!

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I am scheduled to meet with an un-named woman reporter for an un-named Eugene newspaper – on Thursday. She may be a no-show after she discovered who I am. She asked me on the phone what was the source of my interest in the Hapsburgs. I told her about the Rosamond-Rougemont name and my struggle to save my famous sister’s creative legacy. When, and if we meet, I will tell her about my dear friend, Virginia, who is related to Empress Zita’s children and grandchildren. She descends from Louis de Bourmont who tried to restore King Charles of France to the throne after he was toppled by followers of the Liberated Goddess – Marianne!

Liberty Leading the People. 1830. Oil on canvas, 260 x 325 cm.

Liberty Leading the People. 1830. Oil on canvas, 260 x 325 cm.

Virginia is kin to French Legitimists who still want to restore the Monarchy! Some of her kin were leaders of the Vichy government. My friend of twenty years SLEPT in her families castles when she went to visit them. She was not impressed. She is glad she was born in New York city – in a Democracy! She is the real Marianne – who can not be corrupted! Here she is picking up cigarette butts near Hendrick’s Park.

Virginia is not quite right. She was in a terrible accident when she was twenty, and was in a coma, in a deep SLEEP for nearly a month. She tells me she is broken, within hours of meeting her. She suffers from memory loss. I called her last week. She and one of her suitors had just come back from somewhere.

“Where did you go!”

“I don’t know. Where did we go?” she asks the understanding gentleman.

Alley Valkyrie hijacked the photo of me Virginia took, the evening I proposed marriage to her. A week earlier, she got down on one knee, and proposed marriage to me. We went and saw Shakespeare in the park, and I tell her she is kin to one of the players. It is on one ear and out the other. This is the stuff movies are made of. I’m always afraid to ask if she voted. She would be upset to know she did not – for a little while!

“Did you go vote?”

“I don’t know!”

Virginia is both Quasimodo and a Princess of the Blood! Life escapes her. She might as well be deaf. I am her Faithful Memory.

When I talked to Stefan Eins about the return of the Habsburg paining, so his fellow countryman can see it, I told him Virginia is their kin.

“Perhaps the painting belongs to her?”

I have a video somewhere of Virginia picking up butts.

“Ladies and gentleman, here we are with a member of the Sans Graal, and she has taken it upon herself to clean the park of ciggarette butts.”

“Somebody has to do it! If I don’t do it – who will?”

Ladies and gentleman, we have a real winner and owner – of the blood!

I remember nothing. I regret nothing! All those castles are in the past.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2016

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http://eugene-abusers.tumblr.com/archive

Alley Valkyrie posted a photograph of me on this FAKE abuser site – after it was taken off Mayor Kittie Piercy’s facebook. Here is the criteria for EXPOSING someone, who has to be a man? This site was made by a woman – for other women!  You got to love this one…..

https://rosamondpress.com/2016/07/20/fake-eugene-abuser-site/

Liberty Leading the People (French: La Liberté guidant le peuple) is a painting by Eugène Delacroixcommemorating the July Revolution of 1830, which toppled King Charles X of France. A woman personifying the concept and the Goddess of Liberty leads the people forward over the bodies of the fallen, holding the flag of the French Revolution – the tricolour flag, which remains France’s national flag – in one hand and brandishing a bayonetted musket with the other. The figure of Liberty is also viewed as a symbol of France and the French Republic known as Marianne.

Virginia Hambley is kin to Empress Zita

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hambley77Virginia’s family is kin to the Habsburgs via her Cosse-Brissac relatives.

Vinzenz was 1,300th Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece in Austria. From his first marriage (1981–1991) with Hélène de Cossé-Brissac (1960–) he had two daughters:
Princess Adelheid Marie Beatrice Zita (b. Vienna, 25 November 1981), married in Deutschfeistritz-Peggau on 31 January 2009 Count Dominic von(b. London, 7 October 1973), son of Count Hans Heinrich von Coudenhove Kalergi and wife Cornelia Carter Roberts
Princess Hedwig Maria Beatrice Hermine (b. Vienna, 28 November 1982), married in Schloss Waldstein on 10 May 2008 Comte Olivier de Quélen (b. Paris, 25 April 1980), son of Jean-Louis, Comte de Quélen and wife Nicole Cansou

Vincenz Liechtenstein

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Vincenz Liechtenstein (30 July 1950 in Graz – 14 January 2008 in Deutschfeistritz, Styria) was an Austrian politician (ÖVP). He was a grandson of Charles I of Austria, the last Austrian Emperor. He was born a Prince of Liechtenstein and never renounced his right of succession to that monarchy, but since the nobility in Austria was officially abolished in 1919, after the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, he did not use his princely title or honorific (Serene Highness) in his Austrian civic life.

Ancestry

Born His Serene Highness Prince Vincenz Karl Alfred Maria Michael of Liechtenstein (Germ. Seine Durchlaucht der Prinz Vincenz Karl Alfred Maria Michael von und zu Liechtenstein), the first child of Prince Heinrich of Liechtenstein and Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria. Prince Heinrich was a son of Prince Alfred of Liechtenstein (himself a son of Prince Alfred of Liechtenstein) and Princess Theresia Maria of Oettingen-Oettingen. Vincenz was thus a male-line great-great-great-grandson of Johann I Joseph, Prince of Liechtenstein. Vincenz’ mother, Archduchess Elisabeth, was the youngest daughter of Charles I, the last Emperor of Austria, and his wife, Zita of Bourbon-Parma. Vincenz Liechtenstein is a female-line great-grandson of Robert I, the last sovereign Duke of Parma.

Marriage[edit]

Vinzenz was 1,300th Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece in Austria. From his first marriage (1981–1991) with Hélène de Cossé-Brissac (1960–) he had two daughters:
Princess Adelheid Marie Beatrice Zita (b. Vienna, 25 November 1981), married in Deutschfeistritz-Peggau on 31 January 2009 Count Dominic von Coudenhove Kalergi (b. London, 7 October 1973), son of Count Hans Heinrich von Coudenhove Kalergi and wife Cornelia Carter Roberts
Princess Hedwig Maria Beatrice Hermine (b. Vienna, 28 November 1982), married in Schloss Waldstein on 10 May 2008 Comte Olivier de Quélen (b. Paris, 25 April 1980), son of Jean-Louis, Comte de Quélen and wife Nicole Cansou

He married Roberta Valeri Manera (1953–) in 1999 though the two had no children.

Career[edit]

Vincenz studied at the Bundesrealgymnasium in Graz (1960–1969) and subsequently studied law at the University of Graz (1969–1975). He worked at a forestry company before becoming a politician. He was co-founder of the 1974 JES students initiative. He was a member of the board of the Catholic Family Association and the Sudetendeutsche Landsmannschaft.

Vincenz was a member of the Nationalrat from 1988–1996 and again from 1997–2004. From 2004–2006 he was a member of the Bundesrat. He caused a mini-scandal in 2005 when he interrupted a Nationalrat meeting because of alleged drunkenness. He apologised shortly afterward.[1]

Liechtenstein died unexpectedly on 14 January 2008 at his house near Graz.[2]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_I_of_Austria

Attempts to reclaim throne of Hungary[edit]
Main article: Charles IV of Hungary’s conflict with Miklós Horthy
Encouraged by Hungarian royalists (“legitimists”), Charles sought twice in 1921 to reclaim the throne of Hungary, but failed largely because Hungary’s regent, Miklós Horthy (the last admiral of the Austro-Hungarian Navy), refused to support him. Horthy’s failure to support Charles’ restoration attempts is often described as “treasonous” by royalists. Critics suggest that Horthy’s actions were more firmly grounded in political reality than those of Charles and his supporters. Indeed, the neighbouring countries had threatened to invade Hungary if Charles tried to regain the throne. Later in 1921, the Hungarian parliament formally nullified the Pragmatic Sanction—an act that effectively dethroned the Habsburgs.

Charles I of Austria or Charles IV of Hungary (Karl Franz Joseph Ludwig Hubert Georg Otto Marie; 17 August 1887 – 1 April 1922) was, among other titles, the last ruler of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He was the last Emperor of Austria, the last King of Hungary,[1] the last King of Bohemia and Croatia and the last King of Galicia and Lodomeria and the last monarch of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine. He reigned as Charles I as Emperor of Austria and Charles IV as King of Hungary from 1916 until 1918, when he “renounced participation” in state affairs, but did not abdicate. He spent the remaining years of his life attempting to restore the monarchy until his death in 1922. Following his beatification by the Catholic Church, he has become commonly known as Blessed Charles of Austria.

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